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Pakistani Shiites Victims of ISI Collaboration with Taliban
TEHRAN (FNA)- Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) is collaborating with the country's Taliban to kill Shiites residing in tribal areas, FNA has learned.
 

Envoy Stresses Mossad's Role in Sudan's Insecurity
TEHRAN (FNA)- Sudan's envoy to Tehran stressed the role of the Israeli Intelligence service, Mossad, in stirring unrests and insecurity in his country, and said the arrest warrant issued for Omar al-Bashir aimed to help establishment of an independent state in Darfur to support West's interests in the African country. ( 17:02:24 - 2009/04/13)



UN Chief Hails New US Stance on Iran Talks
TEHRAN (FNA)- UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed Washington's decision to engage in negotiations on Iran's nuclear program, his spokesman said. ( 15:10:06 - 2009/04/10)



Ban Underlines Hospital Safety in Emergencies
TEHRAN (FNA)- United Nation Secretary General Ban Ki-moon highlighted the importance of hospitals, clinics and other health facilities' safety in emergencies. ( 16:38:34 - 2009/04/06)



UN Chief Stresses Collective Efforts to Free World From Landmines
TEHRAN (FNA)- UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for collective efforts on all fronts for freeing the world from the threats caused by landmines and explosive remnants of war. ( 14:05:03 - 2009/04/04)



UN Chief: Crisis May Lead to Social Unrest
TEHRAN (FNA)- UN chief Ban Ki-moon has warned that failing to act to halt the global economic crisis could lead to widespread social unrest and failed states. ( 11:59:21 - 2009/04/02)



EU Reiterates Call for End to Israeli Settlements
TEHRAN (FNA)- The European Union reaffirmed its call for an end to the construction of Israeli settlements in the West Bank. ( 16:52:07 - 2009/03/17)



Afghans Host Nowruz Celebrants
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Manouchehr Mottaki announced foreign ministers of Persian-speaking and Nowruz-celebrating countries will meet in Afghanistan. ( 16:51:41 - 2009/03/15)



UN Asks for Immediate End of Gaza Siege
TEHRAN (FNA)- Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon Wednesday asked for putting an immediate and permanent end to the inhumane siege of Gaza Strip. ( 16:21:05 - 2009/03/12)



Indians to Set Up Petrochemical Complex in Qatar
TEHRAN (FNA)- Indian GAIL and Reliance Industries Limited companies are due to set up a gas-burning Petrochemical complex in Qatar. ( 20:13:28 - 2009/02/28)



EU Foreign Policy Chief Visits Gaza
TEHRAN (FNA)- The European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana visited Gaza City on Friday. Norway's foreign minister was also in Gaza on Friday. ( 12:30:51 - 2009/02/28)



D-8 Ministerial Meeting Opens
TEHRAN (FNA)- The ministerial meeting of Developing Eight (D-8) countries started in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, on Thursday by the opening speech of the country's Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak. ( 17:29:55 - 2009/02/26)



Envoy: Hamas Ready for Negotiations with Egypt
TEHRAN (FNA)- Hamas Movement representative to Iran Abu Osama al-Muati expressed his movement's readiness for negotiations with Egypt. ( 19:18:28 - 2009/02/24)



Arab League in Gaza to Document Israeli War Crimes
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Arab League delegation is in Gaza to document Israeli war crimes committed during its three-week aggression on Gaza Strip. ( 14:05:03 - 2009/02/23)



Lebanese Prime Minister Condemns Israeli Artillery Attack
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Lebanese Prime Minister condemned Israeli artillery fire into Lebanon. ( 14:20:53 - 2009/02/22)



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